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October 26, 2016
ImDisk offers the ability to create virtual disks on the computer's RAM or image files on hard-drive. Users will be able to virtualizes almost any sources, including floppy, CD and DVD devices.
This utility comes with three modes; the first mode is the traditional GUI, which can be operated as a typical Windows program; the second is a practical command-line console. Finally, it can be operated through Windows Explorer by clicking the right mouse button on the source unit or image files to open.
The provided command-line environment is perfect for advanced users to realize repetitive jobs, by allowing to include the commands in a BAT file to automate its execution. In addition, it comes with the option of browse the argument list by typing the '/?' command at the prompt.
ImDisk is an application designed for system administrators (advanced functions), but home users with minimal computer knowledge can take advantage of its basic functions; for example, mount an image to execute programs from it or create a single unit.
Another important advantage is related to the performance, by creating a DVD unit on system memory and then run programs faster than optical devices; Other software's applications, can make a DVD disk, so in this situation the application creates an image in memory, saving them later to optical disc when it is done.
Finally, we recommend ImDisk for experienced users to create or mount existing images. It offers additional flexibility when a given application requires hardware devices that aren't present in the current computer's configuration.
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- OS: Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, Win7, Win8 and Windows Server 2003/2008/2012.
- Processor: 1GHz Intel/AMD processor or above.
- RAM: 256MB RAM (512MB or above recommended).
- Free Hard Disk: 100MB space for installation.
- Graphics Card: Super VGA (800×600) resolution, 16-bit graphics card or higher.